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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta It - hardly BeeniB neceBsary here, '^'v* If^oiMRnit �>*lp''l� lieiflea.'thB Be-^'TY^l'^lfa UU ij|^iidiufoi;8ho\ild;be able, to it-' �^'^****^TB.i�e ir wTtiiout � necessiUtiag " closing of tke stores. Br Uie :>way,: therevwas one peou-llar thing ahtout the order; cignr stores ate to l^e left opes. Will sonie-one explain Irhy? Olosittx' mercRjOL-tile BtoreV, law offices, insurance or fices- and leaVln; clgtir storea ofien, seems to^be 4 ridiculous proposition. ani MMiilwra ' t'^tr'tuefiMafi. at?LiaA,.MaMK{nK pir.ector ^"^'^>i*aiia6M Maftaier heaa Ofnee ---- Subaorlptton Matai; , >PMU^'^^ly on addrfelki lAel.v Accept' l'i:�#niiii 6f;pap�rs after expfration date is ^! onr': aJMhOrttr-' eontmue the suVl Vf'' scription. / THE ANXIOU�J>CAD .......(iythe late CdCijerm McX(ae) p;5,P guna, fall al(ent;^l^;�h�;;iM(l men^ : AttVit iheir heaiji th� l�dfeM preat^ ..ihi on! I (thtse feuglit tlielj^ijlght- ItlVlirAte Of Ani^Jlfd, not kf^ewing h�|M.thc.daK . ihad gana) J! i� f)jlBhi|ig muxzles, pause, v^d p^Thlif :1ft y6i)f:thfHlki ^ F � tii- - ^ *eeijl4>,>e ,si " ^hi. ir-mt-^lr- tin iS&ty of;arcfe.8t. Y^5t^,^ will lD��rd till W^isrt.. * fhal^ m mil. Kiap iHev Kfe^ Bid thiSn paiKMt^- ani;JKHBa df]f.�' THE OLD AND THE MEW LABOR MINISTER 12Sa ^. Thomas W. Crothere may have 1224 been the 'beat IntentlQned man in the world, but a4 minister ot labor, he was a misfit. SonJebody ought to hold a guessing competltiotl as to -why he held the job so long. He was adihit-ted to be a failure under the old Borden government and certainly didn't: Improve under Union Government Nerertiteieiss he held the Job for seven years and never did a blessed thing In that^lme to prove that he wAs of cabhiet timber. He did many thmg^, ^however, that made the de* partnte&t^repugnant to employer and empioyea alike. Mr. Crothers is a nice man, hot nice 'men, kindly and good-aatured, don't always maks cabi-liiet ifllnisters ^- Senator Kobertson go^s to the Labor department with the promise of making good. He is a sane labor man. ^o has'the oonfidehce of most labor men afid the employers- respect him, too. I^e jifO'Vaa gGod at settling Strikes. Noir'lBat Btf has the responsibility of labor leadership, be should evolve some'poliej^ to prevent strikes at all.' Witar the.�9iployeo's viewpoint; and � ge'iieim ImoiHSdge of the employerfa .probJffifln,'lir shcrald' prove the man-to 'i)rlii|[?yab(i(^t': latiflr i peacefulness ^ti ipan^a. Go'dd'Inck to him, anyWay,^; rtor fi^ilntentions^ will be good, � ..; GOING BACK ON " W|i:�ON . , L -jyoodrow ,Wilsbn hBInt as maif7~ asOi�>h'ad a few months^go. ',sirfferlng-rfrom the staaees.^ AV&.ttt" hK? fiiipoaed. certaih deihands ^eratuiy ota Jan. 8, ISlS.^every- y' demi V V,4 I: � ICKED UP IN �?FOlV,-.Tar -BTjaT MAN , Bll^ne* Wn'greet ' And THE P or tH "Oife presa :dispatch' from Paris''jiSiis rMOfli* lug. is tt* it9it siiuttlng'''np af/tt� v&r atdu^db aa it ia,-today tUt tov^i LOAN DOES� Desfilt^ Epidemic Canvassers Are'Optiniistic---Other Live t) BBwInland, Nov.'9!-HDe*pIte'incIem-^t weather ^Victoi/Xoari aalespien are* energetfcally ca^faaafflg tl^is district' 'with "very 'encourai&ng' results. While.it is generally cpneedeS that the'Work of th^ caaVassin6,�bmniittee ijS'seriously ;^iandlcappBd by the con* cel&tiott (SfvaU pntiltc- gatheriiigs, the idhim.the leader of -world ew, if any, protested -ration?. It was per-, . ^ ^ ,i^,c4un.ed aU^Hghtte^^^^^^^^ 'be aaksd. ' Qtonfiiilt atmlsUce pl�ni^t6ntiirriJI4 'rU^i' the tt�hch iSnSa Sat'lfl^t.!' jMtf^. �ftk' cmalag went to bed tor the n^^t '^hlB moralag they had a foiiir-lio'ur jDuYn^y. fedfi^ . aiedtliig .'Gen; Foch. lib VthM 11 frasltt; Bo- ndon tod4y jiefbre'-aif^tfiltiDBk wttald be oi^nafl., I^ttar* f�ttit-6f ae'fiekottahbna w}U be may probably be knovm by the time this la printed, but it la a sate :,' fiieM that it i^l be complete accei^t-: aOiid, tot reports .both irom^^tfernal Gei^aay aita fiom'de we'at front this t^orpiiii^ indicfcb'- fhe^ rapid .diaintagni. UQlB'cOt'CteiiMBy, bvth ia a ttllltlr^ liSa eia>laoaic IWly;' TBS HoU and rei yoHa In tl^rmany have spread to Bfe-m^^asd otherlarge citifes, aiid'the na-.y^i jnntinoera have. SaUeS but of the ^arbor qt Kiel vith the Gernran fleet, bpiiad no one knows where. Workmen, ijlilota and soldiers are in control of a :i�rge part ott-'Oeraany todty. and o|i)y ananBdnh^ement of Imm^dl^te jpQfice will dete'f*lirem from turtifdr^ fic{B Of vioieaew >^ r. Y; ' Mekntlme the* alued armfes have : tiinn Sedaa, ttaV�~|�eatly ih^rtap^r t^e nap throush. whijh, tjie'^rman atjhlM 10 TtiUiW 1lC^''Hit�B*1hiclc^ pa^^tme. Tii&. Bifttish .ana ^Icisfeh v^ra'icUMiiilii ih oh'iiona,; ifsfibeiige Viiiiet v|ip(ra9P>^*^d:thie' aillea are vlctoriouiity ^MruiMiif ovep the ground traveraed frlUif�qihbanii Ih' tlie 3Uit mtmhpt ^^1%**i�he .d^vrmans have jio-iri�*ifai-tKim#^i&ta the fliiit, baa a-fiif6k6B. aefe&iea army t6^ tba^ the order yibout in tended to le wae to tlvo tjnm b|^^Ci^ 'to. get, the a sudden 'cltange elt,-^)i&>i|}the^v.!gi.er |ated.pW,ag| ttder �Ma--'they i.;:were: dermansyha^f'thegf ,c��.-�.-p--,;.pj4Widi.butitheyjaidn't.^ .ettfprced or Too much Foch! ;".C.PJt.'.-etoplbyeea -Btate that they wouldn't mind if peace rumors got a start every day^ ^jch IS understood to have said to the German pIeMpotentiarie8,>"Sign obv the dblteaxUne,'vleBae." Jnat^ihink of the pleasant contemplation of the millions of Germans -who bought war boncA of that country, and th3a>:da|iU� up witb~a smile At the present rate of advance Germany's four year stay in Northern France isidu^ to come tp a sudden close.: Now we know,why the Cferman iTMfvy woulfln'ttjome out and fighi. 'The iiiim^a MUlota. i^ouia rather do their fijsUtiai; at Kifl.i' f -^ In. the midat of celebrations and iiesiOii to Andrew Stewart. A resolution caUlng upon the government, at Ottawa to take up with th^ United States government the (iuestlon or placing a light on Vander-bilt.reef in Lynn canal, upon which the b^eamer Sophia was wrecked, was paSJaea- at Vancbuvei'. V ,.VYith.-tUe arrest of 13 officers aijil eiupW^as :8t the Cfp^stwise^and Sup-. 6ly eilidpiiiy at New Yo^^^ ents until the inlluensa epidemic hi(b clared by Federal official* that an al-passed. f-leifeff'ccfasp\racy has been in:progreas\ Whether infiUeaaS^hereT is abating ta'deftiud the governmentfcl'of tlious- ,ahda,'of dollars' thro'ug:h:'not-"deHverlAg lumber for which the goyefn&ent paid �mon^. or not would^indeed:W diAfcult to certain, but we are certain that it is being considerably checked by the efficient work of the medical staff, to� gether ,T*ith .the.;CO:pper^t)|on of citi-'li"Acting ^Preffiier Watt, ot Australia, zens.. While some J^Ve objected to iipeaklng in the!house hf representa-the mask enforcement^ It^has been gen- IfvVa.'iatated that the. government had erally felt that the provincial board at already taken steps to secure expert health mi>at .havi%Ji>plleved that the" adtjeo-regatdihg � Australian naval de-benefits derived froqi the wearing of ^fi^tfteaA Dr. Pearce, minister ot de- masfcs vastly offset Ihe minimum dls-comfort; that_ the . discrimination en' tailed, and practicaUyi all are striotl}^ adhering to vprecaat^o)iar7 measures. The public schoql:i;h^s been turned into an emergency hospital where patients are receiving the most, careful treatment,- Here Mr.{-ftnd Mrs. John PoUitt are rendering-An; Inestimably service asaiste4 by .ItlTE. Ilall and .Mr.; West.- " - . - On> Sunday %oth;Dr..aqd. Jfrs, Patterson, who have l�eeA.>^funtiring(. WL their efforts to alleviate siJftering; '.were stricken with jnfluenza. . We are �tjters' to' a -irpry ap-' pleased to statei'AJieir condition ,, IS it has been found muchMmproveU and..te:early .recoveryj for both is: antietpataa.' Dr^ ^aynesiJiiaB ha(b muqU! . pa.i to think ^hat a sacrifice he is iftiiklng? Don't tW^ of yourself so much � but, all together, we mist (}6'd'*!^^?^'^^*''^- fhe M^hnonite cblonfta^ffl'thM'district have been very \6fii, they have subscribed flO.OOO througl^ the FiUtog Friends of Mrs. K. Bateman who Lag"d*Ch.,'Lethbridge. ThMo iJbnd* has renehtly been ill, .TVill be pleased are' registered in the( nft�n6 ot the to .leahi of .her recovery. . � M-^grath Red Cross. v Miss Flefliing, of. the School staff .-Spring Coulee is lii'chaifBe of Mr. has been narsing her brother, who has H. B. Kelley and his cafiVasaer's. are influenza. F. Greenwood. A. Munroe; H. }ti Mr. McKcnna is at. present 1* Aled- Thompijoit ant! .7. C. THampSon. Their Iclne Hat. Jlrs. McKenri'tt is suffer- obJective'Jls ?j 0,000, and tijey are-flfdrlc^ ing from bronchitis. ling with tie fun deteminiltion Of $o-' Mr. anfl.Mrs. O. Jvvaus.WB,;spending ing over Uie top T�ai||tV' Del BoiJlMl a �evv.;day� in crfjlrnl.'lhe .guesta of aiid the L*ase couftt^Ais In vMf^a M^a-rCihas. Thompaqn/ First Avenue. tjf-Wni. Tyler and B. D/Bobliisoti. No Friends will regret to-ij^^rn of the report has be^n received from tlipni illnifsB of Mr., and Mf.3./p^}ason, Sr. other than they are b'iiSy. A repor. air. R. Bell, of Lethbridfee; VJio has lis expei-ted and their returns Ih a'fe^ been manager of the Jocal branch of daifE. Welling is in charge .of J.' C the Bank ot Montreal durlhc Mr. Ciy-! Peterson, wlio is doing eXdieptlonkll-son'B illnesB, returrjetl to'hlS honle on well despite the fact that Haymfipi Wednesday. r - ; oxjiTsteBPOil hffr bsHJi^ahd capti'e4il Mlas Dorothy Doreu arrived home some- of. Welfin^'B Wmgajt- suhMBliKd from the convent on TU&Hday alter- " �  -^J soon aiW will wmlilfl With'her jftt- guest here during the fore part of th,e week.  some- of- WciHnrBWffSeist-'Bui , ^ Rm. Yoii, Mr. SubBcrjber.'if yon'hav^,^ .. ly^t j-et l)ocu visited by a cauvasaer/ lug officer for town ole the opposi-M6A-6n|t'eader^ bythe cohnpany'-ffisp-pIiCBtIJ6il^foi' Increase in telephone fates,'' mide tW� ' statement- that-;- ;the Sell cofaipariy-h^;-had'ries ,to the extent, of $li5,00,000jWith- be prepared to meet>him wlUi all you possibly-c&n do for the: Victory Xioan. .�*he. Late Roy Matkin On Sli-nday afternoon death cams to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Matkin; taking their 19 year old son Le Hoy. He was brought iff from the Mclntyre ranch, where he had been worldng, jost a week previous, suf^ ferlng from an attack of influenza. He | was getting along fine- until pneumonia set in, which proved fatal. Roy, along with his parents, Is well and favorably known throughout the south, country. He was born in .Cardston and since his infancy has resided here i in Magrath. "Very impressive services were held on Tuesday afternoon on tlie la-vyn in front of the family residence. A. Mercer conducted the services. The singing was furnished -by a double quartette CohilBting of Mrs. Wood; Miss | Waoiley, MrB. O. Blunnel and Mrs; Sahey and the Messrs. J..0. Bridge,' D. Clarke and J. H. Bridge. The pieces rendered, were "Tho' Deepening Trials Throng Your Way,""JesUB, Lover of My Sow," arid 'ISoitietime, Wp.'U Understand." The opening prayer was offered by J. B. Rlrie. The speakers were, by request of the fafalily, O. A. Woolley,.Wm. Hlndley and A. Mercter. All spoke words of comfort and consolation to the hereaved parents. TBv pall-hearers were pais of the decease^, Nolan KatVen,. James Paasey, Stahley ToOijxer, Oliver Turner, 'Will Green i and James Sahey. The floral tributes were beautiful and were: Wreath, Family; cross from his, fnejids, (Nellie Taylor, Cady Turner, Marian Chip-man, N. Karreii, X-, Passey and S. TOomer); sprays, Ireta Peterson, Mr.-. andT Mrs. i-lurold Wood. Women's In- ^ stltute and Mr. and Mrs. L,evi Harker. ' The Town Council The regular meeting of the' town] council was held on VVfednestlay; evening, Mov. Glh. The opening prayer | w&s offered by Councillor Peterson. There were present, Mayor � Bennlon, | Counolllori^ Ririe, Wood, Peterson and Sec.-Treas.' Rich. The first businotes in order was the Natiohal Fire policy considered and accejit'ed. Letters from widows re re-1 hilttlng->Qf 1018 taxes discussed. Car-ri'ea. Protest from water users on ditch No. 7 discussed and ordered filed. IfiyroU for October was read, accepted and ordered .paid; Mayor Ben-1 nion and the secretary-treasurer, reported their attendance at the Municipal Convention held at Medicine Halt. Councillor Ririe expressed aatlKfaction with the reports and felt to thank the mayor and secretary for their work fteoomplished wiiile a,t the convention. KJldorseB by Councillor Wood. Mayor B^ttnltin recommerfded same road Work M- pfoparation for wirttai'. Couficllloi' fo ..endorsed tliln and,, suggoftted hing or water di.tches bfsfore froosi-WeSthfef. Oil rt\otlon Of Mr.,Peter. I ton, seconded by Jir.'.Ririe .pgAffsai'y md iiiaHi be dohe-:;d:�iil,*.6)*Wfe?3 ani culverts Ifxoi. By kthqUBfitipt the or, Sec.-Treas. Rich'-^g'^yo/a rejjiort heMlh conditlong of tlie tuwii and '0 .RBtivitieB .of the,Health Boiira. \t^fi1i&SliSUiPit'&xea was. discussed ;and "Sl^e.-Ti'eaa.'hicTi was appolrttert returu- Anyone Can Play This; / ^ matteif^|l^dw-unfexpcsctediy; company, may drDp;iii|v!>^ul'^ a delight- ^ ful'mekn^(4^� you have, a ^ Mason &,lttf^B'JlH^^ y-' -.With-it can play anV-ici olds Or mew ..iMM^ipi member-of your (i|,ai)ly- -. /-Opera; daqce, popmwj, t*� -V�u can'sing, the >Bong�vy(m like beat and play >your .own accompanimenti, Oome lUr' and hear ;.thlB. marve'llous" M||ip..^.i^ ..on A Riaeh Rlay*^ Pfiio; Ifil Vi-. .Weaer Bros., MiW' #.8upei^9or9,ii|l4-000,000; -rI J. >WhJUfe.CotnpsnyCoiipan)r,-000; E. F. -Hutcblngfl, |100,000; .SoVe^ eign Life,- 1100,000; - Northern Mortr gage, ySO.DOO; Nalsim ilMdt Bpilth, 150.000; D. K. Elliott,J3^;llp0; Heber Archibald, 485.000;^ a. Wil�p%.|2b,-000; -Edward Parilell,^>fZd,00{frt#. T.. Spler8,.n0,000; Patrick sbw^IllljtpO; Dr. J. W. Good, �10,000.^ � '�"''5 AmoBgthe afmistlp^/cibllVtfontf to Austria was^e "litii?foafaftP'^iirn1^(Sf all allied UHSOBfers * ThtlijW'in iB�^n that Prof. W. J. Rom, W'W^^ lege, Manitoba JUlo^h,Bt!t^>lai:-f&3^w6, j and MM. JloBe/''tdg�^h6r''^lll!J,Tiey.' Thomas Welsh, al8A"� ,Wl�iaey'C611dge man, Will sopn be JKifcUni^ fibnsie'*fiti�fe. y�lve little children utvlv^d nntU tM* �>-Ilbe reached' V^4-lMi^^h^milay iXto renaert kead ;This Qaacef It Isfrlilot ^ CSi-- : ItiS'of Vital Jmportqnce fd, The.i-allov^'lng resolution has beon VO*\6^7Mjpg:jM^f9ifi Id it carefully, and consider what you will do. ITJ8 MTI^^^Wf'F^- Read The City niiifit "poaitiveiy enforce the payment,of. th.e�^Jf>�rt,i^.i,-r REflCLUTlON PASSED BY THE: CITY pO^iH^lL^l^;;.i' /^"'OCTOftER aOth, 1918, _ ;'  ^ minlidum "surfi paid, 'WHHaE^S.the City's- credit, largely' depeuda' ga; tiw'f b^qjiptl^^ -assurance that at, the- end of the year an' overdraft yiitt\ 'ilof be^ iillowed > to-plle'up, and ,� � ^:S'',,;f^^S^K 'v'' WHE:REfAS..'iip to the presBnt time the Council ftV? ,l>'i!^ make'good IJy-^^firtanclBg partly on^rpiusos Oh Gnnifm:r''^' trom other sbufc'ea, all of wh'lch,.4re now practical!^ $itj WHEREAS onr xJltizens have been warned from UW^. to , . uotmade before the,eiidQl the year tb'^rd ifllMe �H py� Bank.oof Montreal of about |226,000.0U^^WiiloHMOfM .the fully levy of this cUrfehl'JrAar ttfld irB,,willT)e passed at the n0xt fle�B|ijjMn/'i�i  delinquent tax payer, whose naine .pppnara on jth� vUff-iT*''" * current (191�) taxoe on rcAlty.-if o6t paid, or guar^ntfft-the J6th day oKNovemijer, at the City Ofrieea that.tlji^y,! by the end year wjtHeut fBll( the City will, without tliiilnary riotlae, larbcacd to ci^^l!ict,i,by .4utt,'!i^ral�||::.j(Bf$! coilectian of rertta, a� pif�.vlded for., b)f the. Ltthfelf'- may dberin-advlaabro; the aaldJOig ,tax�a.wH*roi%,.. paid or ifvMrfe |iayjTi#ht. hi^ ndt biifn-' ; " THE CITY- WILL- ACCEPT, ;PUn|v PAID VICTORY''p PAYMENT OF TAX^S,AS pe(j^l50JJEOfi|,!y.9/ ^ � ^ W''-,- - '  ' ' ...ill:' ;